As described in the title, my Pac (fwd) developed a low pitched noise seemingly related to minor road undulations, noticeable especially after driving the car for a few miles, and more noticeable when the air temp was above 80 degrees F. The driver side rear of the car was measured at the wheel well to be sitting about 3/4" lower than the passenger side. I suspected a shock, but giving it the static "bounce test" did not seem to be overly bad...
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Newest reported 2008 Chrysler Pacifica problems
"urk urk uurrk" noise in rear of vehicle after driving a few miles, with one side of vehicle being 3/4" lower than the other side.
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